Obit: Hintz, Mary #2 (1881 - 1962)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon



Surnames: Hintz, Clair, Fravert, Schwarze, Kippenhan, Miller, Dixon, Chuley, Borchers, Trost, Egbert


----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) September 27, 1962


Hintz, Mary (6 April 1881 - 24 September 1962)


Mrs. George Hintz, 81, Greenwood, died of complications at 10 P.m. Monday in Neillsville, where she had been a patient for a week.


Mrs. Hintz, the former Mary Clair, was born April 6, 1881, at Kent, Ill.  She was married there September 22, 1904, to George Hintz, who died November 13, 1957.


Five years after their marriage the couple moved onto a farm one-half mile west of Willard, where they resided until their retirement from farming in 1956.  At that time they moved into the city of Greenwood.  Mrs. Hintz had resided at the Neillsville Nursing Home since February 1958.


Surviving are four sons, Ralph and Boyd of Milwaukee, Roland of Willard, and George, serving with the army in Guam; three daughters, Mrs., Arthur (Kathryn) Fravert of Loyal, Mrs. Orlin (Bernice) Schwarze of Greenwood, and Mrs. Herbert (Helen) Kippenhan of Wausau, 23 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren; and a brother, Galen Clair, of Lena, Ill.


Funeral services were held Friday afternoon from the Hill Funeral Home. The Rev. Orval Egbert, pastor of the Immanuel United Church, officiated.  Burial was made in the Greenwood Cemetery.


Pallbearers wee three sons, Ralph, Boyd, and Roland Hintz, and three grandsons, Larry and Harold Hintz and Lynn Schwarze.


Miss Nellie Miller sang, "Jesus Savior Pilot me" and "God Will take care of you" accompanied by Mrs. Donald Dixon.


People from away who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hintz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Hintz, Mrs. James Chuley and Miss Ardith Schwarze, all of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kippenhan and daughter, Karen, of Wausau; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fravert and children of Loyal; Mrs. Glenn Borchers and son, Jerry, of Sycamore, Ill.; Roland Hintz and Albert Trost and children of Willard; Miss Lila Schwarze of Eau Claire; and relatives and friends from the Willard, Owen, Neillsville and Greenwood areas.



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